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PRO’S HIT LIST AND WEEKEND SCORECARD

Sports PRO'S HIT LIST AND WEEKEND SCORECARD

DENMARK.

Striker Christopher Katongo played the full 90 minutes on Friday for 6th placed Brondby in their 2-0 away league defeat at 4th positioned AaB.

Katongo did not score in that game.

FRANCE.

Striker Jacob Mulenga played the full 90 minutes on Friday for his Ligue 2 club Chateauroux who lost 2-0 away on Friday to leaders Metz.

Chateauroux are 7th from top after Friday’s defeat.

GERMANY.

ALEMANNIA AACHEN: Defender Moses Sichone did not play on Saturday for 14th placed Aachen who lost 1-0 away in a Bundesliga match at 5th from top Nurnberg.

PADERBORN: Midfielder Andrew Sinkala played the full 90 minutes for 2.Bundesliga club Paderborn on Thursday in their 3-0 home win over 1860 Munich.

Sinkala was not on target.

PORTUGAL.

Striker Collins Mbseuma played the full 90 minutes for Maritimo on Friday night when they were crushed 4-0 away to title chasing and 2nd placed Sporting Lisbon.

Maritimo are 10th following Fridays league defeat.

SWEDEN.

The Swedish lower division league kicked off this past weekend and defender Edwin Phiri’s Ljungskile opened their campaign with a 3-1 away defeat to early leaders Sirius on Saturday.

Phiri did not play in that match.

His former club Orgryte, where compatriots Boyd Mwila and Dominic Yobe play, who were relegated last season kickoff their campaign with a home game on Wednesday against Degerfors.

SOUTH AFRICA.

Midfielder James Chamanga did not play for SuperSport United on Saturday in the clubs 7-6 post-match penalty defeat against Silver Stars in the quarterfinals of this seasons ABSA Cup.

WEEKEND SCORECARD.

2007 ALGERIA ALL AFRICA GAMES FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT QUALIFIERS. 2ND RND, RTN LEG FINAL TIES.

14/04/2007.

Nkoloma stadium, Lusaka.

Zambia U23* 3(Rainford Kalaba 38″, Given Singuluma 62″, Felix Nsunzu Jr 79″)- Mozambique U23 2(Falange Mendes 17″ 41″).

*Zambia Qualify 7-2 on agg.

**Red Card: Rainford Kalaba (Zambia, 42″).

TEAMS:

ZAMBIA: Kalililo Kakonje, Clive Sichondwe, Charles Siyingwa, Hichani Himoonde, Nyambe Mulenga, Maybin Chishimba (Sub: Norman Munthali 57″), Francis Kasonde, Stophira Nsunzu (Sub: Given Singuluma 34″), Rainford Kalaba, Ignatius Lwipa, Felix Nsunzu Jr.

COACH: Peter Kaumba.

MOZAMBIQUE: Dionisio Umausse, Edson Sitoe, Zefanias Matsinhe (Sub: Jenemias Sitoe 72″), Simao Sitoe, Benedito Bernardo, Jorge Manfete (Sub: Antonio Alfonso 72″), Moises Edgar (Sub: Eduardo Jumisse 65″), Hagy Mohmed, Abilio Munocuona, Falange Mendes, Roberto Ayuba.

COACH: Khalid Rahman.

14/04/2007.

Conakry, Stade Demba Diop.

Guinea 4 (Oumardeen Cissé 49″)*- Senegal 2 ( Babacar Ndiour 90″+5″).

Guinea qualify after winning 4-2 on post-match penalties after a 2-2 agg result.

TEAMS:

Sénégal : Mamadou Bâ, Sidy Ndiaye, Babacar Ndiour, Xavier Mendy, Christophe Diédhiou, Karamba Diallo, Moussa Dembelé (Sub: Papa Ndiaye 55″), Moustapha Niang, El Hadj Abdou Samb, El Amadou Hanne (Sub: Mademba Diaw 65″), Abdou Diakhité (Sub: Badara Diouf 49″).

COACH: Karim Séga Diouf.

Guinée : Aziz Keïta, Victor Correah, Mohamed Camara, Aboubacar Camara, Oumardeen Cissé, Minikay Camara, Mohamed Sacko (Sub: Boubacar Diallo 84″), Karamoko Cissé, Moussa Cissé (Sub: Mohamed Cissé 47″), Idrissa Sylla, Ismaël Bangoura (Sub: Aly Koulibaly 72″).

COACH:Sékou Somparé.

Cautions: Sidy Ndiaye (Sénégal), Oumardeen Cissé et Idrissa Sylla (Guinée)

Referee: Mohamed Ould Lemghambodj (Mauritania).

15/04/2007.

Garoua, Stade Omnisport.

Cameroon 5(Christian Bekamenga 22″, Marc Mboua 54″, George Mandjeck, 76″, Antonio Ghomsi 82″, Benjamin Moukandjo 91″)*- Gabon 0.

Cameroon qualify 5-2 on agg.

Referee: Alex Neequaye Kotey (Ghana).

15/04/2007.

Gaborone, National stadium.

Botswana 0- South Africa 2 (Lebohang Mokoena 37″, Sibusiso Ntuli 78″)*.

*South Africa qualify 4-0 on agg.

FAZ PREMIER LEAGUE WEEK 5.

14/04/2007.

Zesco United 3(Enoch Sakala 53″, Kelvin Muzungu 63″, Yonah Mwango 71″)- Roan United 0.

Forest Rangers 0- Red Arrows 0.

Konkola Blades 0- National Assembly 0

15/04/2007.

Young Arrows 3(Lottie Phiri 9″ 79″, Abraham Mwamba 18″)- Nakambala Leopards 1(Ken Mwaba 26″).

Kabwe Warriors 2(Emmanuel Mayuka 22″, Maunga Kabuku 45″)- Zamtel 1(Prince Mubita 10″).

Zanaco 3 (Kelvin Kaindu 49″, Martin Daka 72″, Winston Kalengo 90″- Nchanga Rangers 0.

City Of Lusaka 1(Nephias Banda 13″)- Power Dynamos 1(Elson Mukandawire 38″).

Green Buffaloes 4(Ezekiel Lungu 6″,Hichani Himonde 70″ og, Noel Mwandila 73″ 82″)- Lusaka Dynamos 0.

TOP SCORERS (16/04/07).

Emmanuel Mayuka (Kabwe Warriors): 7.

Simon Luipya (Red Arrows):6.

Felix Nsunzu Jr (Konkola Blades):5.
Rainford Kalaba (Zesco United) 5.
Lottie Phiri (Young Arrows): 5.

Mazuba Mukandawire (City of Lusaka): 4.
Lyson Sikaonga (Nchanga Rangers): 4.
Sebastian Mwansa (Green Buffaloes): 4.

Enoch Sakala (Zesco United) 3.
Ken Mwaba (Nakambala Leopards):3.
Kelvin kaindu (Zanaco): 3.
Chiwanki Liyainga (YOung Arrows): 3.
Lameck Banda (Lusaka Dynamos): 3.
Precious Mpondela (Konkola Blades): 3
Fwayo Tembo (National Assembly):3.

FAZ DIVISION 1 WEEK 7.

14/04/2007.

Mufulira Blackpool 2- Lime Hotspurs 2.

15/04/2007.

NORTH.

Prison Leopards 0- Chambishi FC 1.

Muchindu 2- Medical Stars 0.

Ndola United 2- Mufulira Wanderers 2.

INDENI 1- Afrisports FC 0.

Police Blue Eagles 0- Kalewa 0.

Konkola Mine Police 0- Nkana 1.

Kitwe United 1- Chindwin Sentries 1.

SOUTH.

Profund Warriors 3- Kambuku Warriors 0.

Riflemen 0- ZNS Green Eagles 0.

Kalomo Jetters 2- Nampundwe 2.

Builders Brigade 1- Communite 0.

Livingstone Pirates 1- Lusaka Celtic 1.

Lusaka Tigers 1- Zamcoal Diggers 1.

Chilanga Heroes 0- Lusaka City Council 0.

Nkwazi 1- Young Buffaloes 0.

4 COMMENTS

  1. It’s amazing how CB’s great teams like Ndola United, Nkana and Mighty Mufulira Wanderers looked so established and settled in Division 1! It’s really a strange feeling for me. I grew up thinking these teams will forever be great. These used to be teams to be feared and huge power houses when I used to be a ball boy at Independence Studium. ZANACO & National Assembly were nowhere. When did bankers and parliamentarians learn how to play football? How things can change in one life..amazing!!

  2. When the mines used to be mines wholelly owned by Gov.We had sensible management that really thought about recreation around it areas and they took resposibility for the communities that where near the arears of operation, thus the birth of many strong teams that have produced undoubtedly some of Zambia’s greatest players.
    But now we have sold our own resourses to pingpong players nad the “spice eating” and cricket lovers.And now look, you really think they can ever support any sensible club or even start pingpong or cricket Zambian teams?It can never happen these bamwisa are here for our resources nothing more.
    It’s a boundlessly sad situation where Zambian’s sportsmen and a whole find ourselves.

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